Some of this was in The Complete Crumb Comics, but here it is in its original context, from the December 1970 ESQUIRE.
Apparently, the original caption to the S. Clay Wilson cartoon was “What's come over you, Bernice?” but deemed too dirty for them. What do you expect when you hire underground cartoonists for a mainstream magazine?
I'm not sure who did the Henry Syverson parody.
from ESQUIRE, October 1957
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